Financial Planning Discussions for Couples

Have you ever wondered why so many couples struggle to get on the same page with finances? Are you in a relationship where one person is in the dark on the overall financial picture? In this episode, Melissa Joy, CFP ® and Melissa Fradenburg, AIF ® tackle the all-too-common issue of one partner being left out of financial decisions. It’s not just about understanding finances but also about encouraging participation from both partners for balanced decision-making.

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